Welcome to Camp America | أهلاً بكم في معسكر أمريكيا Radius Books, 1 September 2017 A vivid and disorienting glimpse into the U.S. Naval Station in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (known as "Gitmo"), and its growing diaspora, through photographs, once-classified archival material, and first-person texts. With unique construction in English and Arabic, the book seeks out common ground while provoking questions about compromises made in the West between our humanity and our fears in the post-9/11, "War on Terror" era. With essays by Moazzam Begg and Fred Ritchin. Photographs are from three bodies of work: 1. Gitmo at Home, Gitmo at Play. Daily life where nobody has chosen to live; 2. Gitmo on Sale. Gift-shop souvenirs; and 3. Beyond Gitmo. Life after Gitmo, in environmental portraits of 14 men once held as accused terrorists, after they have been cleared and freed, now living in nine countries, from Albania to Qatar. This project was made possible with generous support of the Vital Projects Fund at Proteus, the Speranza Foundation, the Violet Jabara Charitable Trust, the David Rockefeller Fund, the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, the Pollination Project, private donors, and fiscal sponsorship by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). Currently planning exhibitions and engagement events to coincide with the book launch in Fall 2017. For publication notice, advance copies or to schedule an event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.